I am an assistant researcher at IN+, currently working on the application of Bayesian tools to environmental input-output (IO) analysis. My goal is to develop computationally efficient and theoretically sound algorithms for the processing of IO data and the quantification of the uncertainty of IO multipliers.

I finished a PhD in 2007 on the quantification of embodied carbon emissions, and in the past I have also published on the topics of economic growth theory, animal behaviour and surface physical chemistry.